Superfoods - Barley grass
Barley grass is collected from young barley plants that have not exceeded 25 cm in height. In this way, we ensure the use of all the minerals and vitamins contained in its leaves. It is also important to note its high percentage of Chlorophyll, which acts as a potent antioxidant.
There are differences between barley as a cereal and barley grass. Fresh sprouts are used in Barley Grass to preserve all of its essential vitamins and amino acids. Consuming it with a source of carbohydrates is a good idea for people who do sport.
|Ingredient||Quantity/ daily dose|
|Organic barley grass powder (
Free from artificial colours, added sugars and preservatives.
How to use
Add a dessert spoon to your smoothies and shakes, juices, vegetable drinks, green sauces, vegetable cream or any recipe.
Add it once the dish is tempered.
1 dessert spoon = around 2 grams
Contains 125 g (4.4 oz.)
Rich in Vitamin C, contributing to the formation of collagen for healthy bones and cartilage
The selection of young shoots
In order to obtain all the properties of barley, it is important to select young shoots, for only in this way high amounts of chlorophyll can be obtained. Older shoots undergo a change regarding their nutritional value, one of the consequences of which is the significant drop in chlorophyll levels.
We meet the highest quality standards during the collection and processing of the barley grass we use, which has led it to become a certified organic product.
|Ingredients||%/100 g||Quantity/100 g|
|of which saturated fat||1.05%||1.05 g|
|of which are sugars||2.2%||2.2 g|
270 Kcal · 1131 KJ per daily dose (10 g)
|Ingredients||% NRV||Quantity/ 10 g|
|Vitamin A||73.7 %||589.9 ?g|
|Vitamin C||37.5%||33 mg|
|Vitamin B1||12.7 %||0.01 mg|
|Potasium||105 %||210 mg|
|Calcium||109 %||87.6 mg|
|Iron||104 %||1.4 mg|
% NRV (Nutrient Reference Values)